I thought that maybe with age and with growing wisdom (…) I would become a little more patient, but no, I am as impatient as ever. I am currently waiting to see that a shipment has arrived at its destination overseas. It’s a shipment that I have been owing to the recipient for a loooong time… and I am literally breaking out in shivers and hives when I look at the tracking info provided by my postal service.
Received. “Received” only means that the package has made it to US soil. But it has not yet been delivered to the recipient. And wow, that is 8 days in the country now and still not at destination??? Or do I have to worry?
Speaking of worry… I kind of had to laugh when I recently captured this little timeline coincidence.
Yep, that’s a screenshot of my mobile WP feed. But I thought it was hilarious that there is the big, massive headline “He’s alive and well”, and then above that “he” is actually decapitated and headless. 😂 I wouldn’t exactly describe that as alive *nor* well…
Right, not much to say here today. If you are a long-time, regular reader of guylty.com, you might know that I seem to go on an annual trip through Ireland around this time of year. The last few years I spent a lot of time exploring Connemara, Mayo, Sligo and Donegal with various (fandom) friends. This year my regular May visitor (not a fandom friend although actually also quite taken with Mr Armitage’s charms) requested to explore the South of the country. And that is where we are off to from tomorrow. West Cork, to be specific. I am planning to take my laptop with me and am hoping to blog while travelling, but just to warn you that there might be delays ⏱
Speaking of West Cork – if you have an Audible subscription and don’t know what to listen to, can I recommend the true crime podcast ‘West Cork’ to you? It’s free and full of suspense. Here’s the summary: